Neo Geometric Minimalism

I'm an abstract painter whose work has been evolving and transforming over a number of years and has fluctuated back and forth among different ideas and stylistic abstract modes. At this point I refer to my work as Neo Geometric Minimalism. Although I have struggled to reach a so called "mature" or "recognizable" style, I learned early on from a mentor, Lucio Pozzi, the satisfaction of doing very different works on a weekly/monthly basis by using a variety of parameters. 

I am a highly intuitive artist who favors straight lines, the grid, circles, patterns, color juxtaposition,  rhythm and blocks of color. I am influenced by architecture, flags, patterns, graphics. None of these are based on any mathematical or scientific principles.

Lately I've become obsessed by austerity of color, form and line. I work with a mixture of acrylic paint, matte medium and gesso on canvas or paper, giving my work a matte flat finish similar to gouache paint and creating the great depth of color that I prefer. Diverting, appropriating and remixing all the different abstract styles and movements that I have stored in my head gives me great satisfaction into creating a new painting, collage or drawing. My intentions are to force a new dialogue inherent to abstraction that started in the early 1900's and continues to be relevant to this day. 

My work is in many private collections in the U.S. and Europe


1976-1979     Art Students League, NYC

1979-1982     School of Visual Arts, NYC



2015     Art in America, Internet Exhibit (Curated by Julie Torres)

2016     Inspire Two, HUE Gallery of Contemporary Art, Wichita, KS

2017     Summer Camp for Masterpieces, Stirling Gallery, Dunedin, FL

2018     SUPERFINE!, A Hyper Curated Contemporary Art Fair/HUE Gallery of Contemporary Art, NYC

2018     Contemporary Pop Art and It's Influence on Street Art, National Invitational Exhibition, Hue Gallery of Contemporary Art, Wichita, KS